How an unknown filmmaker called M Night Shyamalan redefined the twist ending forever.
Jonathan Meades explores Benidorm, perhaps Franco’s greatest architectural legacy.
Dieter Rams has left an indelible mark on product design. Why, at 87, does he regret ever taking up the profession?
Six graduates of Central St Martins are challenged to create new work inspired by the artists who taught at the Bauhaus.
Anni Albers relegation to the Bauhaus’ weaving class created the greatest textiles artist the world has ever known.
How Batman's moody metropolis set the standard for three decades of superhero cinema
Why we're both drawn to and repelled by the metaphorical, miniature world of the doll's house
Grace Dent chairs as Line of Duty's Jed Mercurio discusses modern storytelling with producers and writers
The African music icon made her BBC Proms debut last week
Six buildings have been chosen for their design, innovation, inspiration and sustainability
Nish Kumar finds out why mums and dads are a theme at this year’s festival.
With special guests Janet Ellis, Arabella Weir, Cora Bissett, Nish Kumar and Mark Nelson.
How the historic three-day festival nearly ended in disaster and put the ideals of the 1960s counterculture to the test
Quentin Tarantino talks to Ali Plumb about his iconic films, including new movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Could this be a work by one of the Italian masters, either Francesco Guardi or Michele Marieschi?
Revealing access to the creation of Jeremy Deller's £1m monument to a defining moment of protest
Robert McCrum explores Samuel Beckett’s astonishing literary career through rare audio recordings
Concerts from the Queen's Hall at the 2019 Edinburgh International Festival
The ideas shaping our lives today - with artists and thinkers in debates and interviews